Enabling Design Accessibility

SSA has a great deal of experience in designing projects compliant with the various regulations.  We also have extensive training in excess of that which is customarily found in an architects office.  We recently completed two extensive construction projects for the Housing Authority of the City of Las Vegas.  These were done under 504 and a VCA between HACLV and federal agencies.  This was a HUD compliance project. Each square picture above is a link to a cut sheet for one site.  The architectural contract included four separate construction contracts.  Two construction contracts containing 12 separate sites that are done are shown in completed form.  As of this writing two others containing multiple multifamily sites are shown here in various forms of fairly far along completion but still incomplete.  Those projects that are unfinished are expected to complete momentarily. 

We do not intend to go back and photographically re-document for marketing (here) purposes again.  So what you see was prepared for another reason with a deadline and we think it looks sufficient for you to get the idea of what it looks like in the end.  As with any design project these are a composite of strict compliance, owners preferences, consultants input and practicality.  You should not think that because you see something done here that you can do it elsewhere or that what you see is a “Best Practice.”  You can conclude that it is compliant with the mix of situations and regulations that we found in that location.

AMBOY RESIDENCE KITCHEN

504 COMPLIANT KITCHEN

BROOKDALE ENTRY WALK

SLOPED SIDEWALK

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504 COMPLIANT BATHROOM DESIGN

504 COMPLIANT SHOWER

NEW HOPE SLOPED WALK

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